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figurines

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Three-dimensional works that represent humans, animals, or mythical beasts at less than half life-size. While the term may be used interchangeably with "statuette" in certain situations, it differs in that a statuette is always free-standing while a figurine may be part of a larger work, such as a decorative detail on a candelabra or mirror. [For life-size, larger than life-size, or only slightly smaller than life-size sculptures, use "statues."]

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Marlin Briscoe #27 University of Omaha football quarterback figurine, circa 2009

 Item — Object Football [20]
Scope and Contents Marlin Briscoe #27 University of Omaha football quarterback figurine. Box describing item as action figure not included. Plastic figure is painted gold, with a wash of black paint to highlight details. A white plastic advertisement is broken off the base. A sticker on the bottom of the base identifies the manufacture date as 2009.

Marlin Briscoe #27 University of Omaha football quarterback figurine, circa 2009

 Item — Box 1
Scope and Contents Marlin Briscoe #27 University of Omaha football quarterback figurine in original box, padded with tissue paper. Original styrofoam packing material has been removed. Plastic figure is painted gold, with a wash of black paint to highlight details. A white plastic sign on the base advertises the sponsor, OrthoWest Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Specialists. The figurine was manufactured by Destroyer Promotional Products, LLC, and marketed as an "action figure" although it has no moving parts. ...

Marlin Briscoe #27 University of Omaha football quarterback figurine, circa 2009

 Item — Box 1
Scope and Contents Marlin Briscoe #27 University of Omaha football quarterback figurine in original box, padded with original styrofoam packing material. Plastic figure is painted gold, with a wash of black paint to highlight details. Figurine is damanged, with fingers broken off left hand. A white plastic sign on the base advertises the sponsor, OrthoWest Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Specialists. The figurine was manufactured by Destroyer Promotional Products, LLC, and marketed as an "action figure" ...

OUampi Plastic Figurine, circa 1951-1954

 Item — Box Memorabilia [17]
Scope and Contents A plastic OUampi figurine. OUampi, a stereotypical caricature of a Native American, was the mascot of the Municipal University of Omaha from 1950 until 1971.